This dynamic infographic shares some of our key volume and outcomes data in these areas from 2019 and 2020.
This infographic shares a milestone in our lung transplant services, three-star achievements in thoracic surgery and distinctive statistics in caregiving for HOCM and cardio-oncology.
As the Society for Vascular Surgery’s VQI program evolves, metrics are being refined to focus more on appropriateness of care. Cleveland Clinic is proud to be contributing to those efforts.
Looking for a benchmark for your heart failure or electrophysiology program? Check out some of our key volume and outcome statistics from these subspecialties in this dynamic infographic.
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Don’t doubt that continuous quality improvement matters. An internal analysis shows that our steady improvements in cardiothoracic surgical mortality have saved about 1,500 patient lives over the past 10 years.
A review of our experience over the past 13 years shows that a progressive two-thirds decline in in-hospital mortality can be achieved even as volumes and case complexity increase.
In the highly nuanced field of congenital heart surgery, care must be taken to level the playing field when comparing outcomes among centers, surgeons and patients. In this article, Tara Karamlou, MD, MSc, discusses the importance of risk stratification and her ultimate goal of being able to predict outcomes for individual patients.
How busy is one of the world’s largest cardiothoracic surgical groups in various specialty areas, and what kinds of patient outcomes result? Get a quick glimpse in this dynamic infographic.
A Missouri hospital allied with our Heart & Vascular Institute achieved a three-star STS overall quality rating for CABG despite an annual volume of under 200 cases. Refinements to its registry-related data processes played a key role.
The data is showing some positive results, and the nursing team continues to examine if group education for heart failure patients might improve outcomes. There are many factors.